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Immigration

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Top Immigration Articles

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  • Francis Wilkinson: Republican nominee will support legalization

    Announcing his presidential candidacy in Miami on Monday, Jeb Bush staked out the pro-immigration end of Republican politics. He spoke pointedly in Spanish and responded to pro-immigration protesters by promising to pass "meaningful immigration reform."...
  • House Dems to visit Texas immigrant detention facilities

    Several members of Congress will visit two South Texas detention facilities that house immigrant mothers and children mostly from Central America. Eight House Democrats next week will tour the two facilities in Karnes City and Dilley, which U.S....
  • Will Jeb Bush form a new GOP, or will the old one torment him?

    Will Jeb Bush form a new GOP, or will the old one torment him?
    The presidential candidate who stepped onstage in Florida on Monday was everything, image-wise, that elements of the Republican Party have been saying they needed to have a fighting chance longterm in places like California, so much a bastion for...
  • California on cusp of offering young immigrants health care

    In a move that adds momentum to efforts to integrate immigrants, California is on the cusp of extending state-subsidized health care coverage to children from low-income families who are in the country illegally. Democrats, immigration groups and...
  • Jeb Bush must prove himself to Latino voters

    It was thrilling that Jeb Bush announced his presidential candidacy at Miami Dade College, which has an iconic status among Latinos. However, his speech was woefully devoid of specifics on what he will do for Latino voters if they help elect him....
  • Stalling reform: Anti-immigrant ideology trumps reality

    The following editorial appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Wednesday, June 17: President Barack Obama's effort in 2014 to shield millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation was one of his top achievements on immigration. The program...
  • Border Patrol agents, facing scrutiny over shootings, have harsh words for their leaders

    Border Patrol agents, facing scrutiny over shootings, have harsh words for their leaders
    Rank-and-file Border Patrol agents are furious that they have lost some of their favorite enforcement tools and say that intense public criticism of border shootings has led to a morale crisis. “We lack the political will to enforce the law and...
  • Democrats worry Bush's Latino connections could hurt Clinton

    Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign probably didn't need a reminder of how crucial Latino voters could be to her presidential campaign. She got one anyway from Jeb Bush. The former Republican governor of Florida spoke fluent Spanish during his 2016...
  • Who's to blame during California drought? Basically everyone

    Mother Nature isn't the only one getting blamed during the California's drought. The state's historic four-year dry spell has brought with it a flurry of finger-pointing. Now advocates, noting how California's water shortage ranks as the top public...
  • Mexico deports more Central Americans than the United States

    Mexico now deports more Central American migrants than the United States, a dramatic shift since the U.S. asked Mexico for help a year ago with a spike in illegal migration, especially among unaccompanied minors. Between October and April, Mexico...
  • U.S. to release several immigrant mothers from detention, but most remain

    U.S. to release several immigrant mothers from detention, but most remain
    With pressure building on the Obama administration to improve or abolish the detention of immigrant families, officials have agreed to release on bond at least half a dozen immigrant mothers, some of whom had sued the federal government for relief....